that first one may not be genuine, just sayinI have an Oyster that was handed down to me, and a super old Rolex in a big stash of vintage watches that includes everything from Tag Heuers to Mickey Mouse watches from when I was a child, priced from the 40’s and every thing in between.
I was wearing the Rolex but it’s heavy. I will probably start wearing it again in summer when it’s not under 5 jumpers and a jacket.
What size face is that? It looks great on your arm.I only have one luxury watch and don’t wear it often. I feel like the watch doesn’t suit me... or I don’t know how to match it.
I picked the bezel that have diamond, but I never seen anyone else have the same bezel? I see it from Rolex’s web site from time to time but it’s not a style that they always have. Anyone else have this style?
Awesome — looks so good!!! Congrats! (And I am very envious of your AD relationship!)I sure did!
This is Rolex's most complicated movement.
Not only can it display 2 timezones (inner ring), but it also has an annual calendar, it knows which months have 30/31 days and switches accordingly, only Feb do you need to adj for leap year etc.
It also has a month indicator (red square next to hour markers).
Thanks everybody for your commentsAwesome — looks so good!!! Congrats! (And I am very envious of your AD relationship!)
And also, how do you decide which watch to wear every day haha....
I have 7-7.5inches wrists as well. I think 31 is a great size, not too small or too big.Aww thank you so much! I am thinking of getting one but I have rather large wrists 7-7.5 inches and thought maybe 31 will be too small! But it looks perfect on your wrist and from what I gather is the most classic size for women!